a hole in the grotto wall

literally translated, rosh hanikra means the head of the grottoes. while in the north of israel, one must not miss the beauty of rosh hanikra’s cliffs and grottoes. driving the number 4 coastal road north to its end will bring you right to the lebanese border where the sea meets the cliffs at rosh hanikra. once within the attraction, you take a cable car ride (apparently one of the steepest, if not the steepest in the world) down to the grottoes. cavernous tunnels greet you with a number of lookout points along the way.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: miscellaneous & still life

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